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Publisher Description

Liam O’Donoughue is happy with his life. He runs V Wilderness Adventures with his best friends, his chosen brothers, and gets to spend his days hiking in the gorgeous Adirondacks. What’s not to love? But when he meets Austin on a hike, he thinks he’s found something he didn’t even know was missing.

Austin Jock is content with his work as a radiology tech and playing bass in a cover band. Someday he wants to find his forever person but doesn’t believe in romantic fireworks and isn’t sure it’ll ever happen. Then Liam comes crashing into his life, igniting sparks. Huge, life-altering sparks.

The connection between the two men is instant, and things move fast. But Austin isn’t sure what to do with everything he’s feeling inside. Can Liam convince him falling in love is the easiest thing in the world?

Fiction & Literature
September 1
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Customer Reviews

ButtonsMom2003 ,

A sexy, good story

I really enjoyed this novella, the first in the Family Found series. Liam and Austin are great together. The story is fun (Liam is a klutz) and sexy and romantic.

Austin doesn't really believe in romantic love but when he meets Liam, in other than a professional setting, the sparks fly. Liam knows almost instantly that he wants Austin but he'll have to work to convince him that they could be a forever couple.

This is a novella length story so there's not a lot of time to develop the characters but I think we get a good sense of both of these guys. The story also seems to set the scene for other books in the series considering the things we learn about Liam's brothers-by-choice and partners in V Wilderness Adventures. (I thought this was a strange name until there was more told about it later in the book.)

The sexy time between Liam and Austin is really hot but the fun they have with each other is also fun to read. There's just the right amount of angst to be interesting and yet the book has a lighter feel to it. I'm looking forward to reading more in this series.

An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.

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